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IHK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : "WEDNESDAY MORNING JULY 2. 1884.
"3 & - s
rpiKUTY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. 1 00,000!
4 General Hankin? Pusiness
Tit VV. IIA 1.1,1 OA V
jNTKiUMUSi: SAVING HANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINl.S KA.NK.
THOS. "W. 1 1 AT .1,1 OA Y ,
f'oinmt'rciiil A yen up ami F.iyhth S: vm-i
V. HHOSS, rr-i!-tit .
U. WKLl.S, ('Anhl.-r.
P Nr'.l'h". Vice Pres'nt
T. J- Ki rth . Ai" ! e;-r
p. Hross ( n'ro I William Klui,t. Cs.n.
Peter NetT " I "VIHtim Wolf.... "
C M O.t.rluh " I ' IV.ier "
K.A.Budi-r " I II. Well '
J. V. Clem'on, Caledonia..
AOHNKUAt. HANKIN'U IIUSISBkS OhXE.
Kxchang't sold and hon trst . In'ere.t pill 'i
the Savings DeparlmHtit. Collections made url
til business pro-nptly attended to.
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tt.e Homeopathic treat
mini of KurKirnl dii.ei.nta. and o'.seasi-s of women
and chl dfii. .
OFHCK-On I4lh street, opposite the I ot
oftice, Cairo, 111
JU. J. B. STRONG,
129 Comiiif rcial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOR, ELSCTRO VAPOR and MED! C A T t D
A lady In attendance.
K. B W. WHITLOCK.
Orncs-No. l't Cf-mmjrcia' Amntic. httwecn
m-l t l n.d NlLth Street
j o. rAUsoxs, m. r
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OFFICE City Drug Store, Carbondalo, 111.
136 !tl38 Com'l Ave.
have received a full nt! completo lluo
ol new i'M and W inter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy clock of Body BruifcK, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full "lock of Oil Cloth", all elaoa and prices
I 1 1 1 1
A full and t,omuleti utock U now beinu
cloned oat at great bargains.
Oonds nt Bottom Prices!
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Xcwlaml ami
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fittei
Commercial Ave , let. Tenth and Ele
CAIRO. : : : ILL.
IMvo Woll Fiirco and Lift Pumps furnlahed and
put up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOItCE PUMP',
fnrnlahed to order. Old fl.tturci repaired and
I-Johblne promptly attended to. 8PVU
Cloihing& Gents' Furnish'g Goods
i. W. 1IENDEIIS0N,
No. lDLCommerciiil Ave,
hole Aifcnt foi tlit roltibratfil
Manufacturer and Dialer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wort,
Pitiililirn' Hardware and fi'pet.t' r' Tool, Tal'e
and 1'orket utl ry, lie t In the t-i.krkrt. Humeri
liro.' Plated Ktilvin. K- rkg aim Suouim. (iramtn
Iron Ware, flrrliu Kiirtiieure. v' h ,tc Monnluin
KreeS'-ri", Water CooUth, Itofr iterator", Clotlies
Wrlnireri'. Crown Fiuter-. St p La lde'P, (iarden
Innldni'Dti), (iolden rtarOil Stovea- tit t in tin
world, l.nnipa .f ev. rv dem ri tion. K!am till,
Car.n t Sxvei-p-r, F atlicr Dui-tiTi". II-ooiiih. Win
dow Screen W re Clulli, Full lupily ol Kifh.'Ltf
The alnve '.t roclc liottom price.
Corner Uth and Commercial Avenue, Cuiro, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
Commercial Av., bet. Stli 4 flth SN.
fiottd Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
rrTiroi'scs botiTlol ami woll cured
lit R. SKITIt.
COBEUT A. miTIt
Grand Central Store.
CM HO. - - LLL,.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
K'.h StriVi. iK-tween Com'l Ave. mid Levee.
CHOKE noRINi A SPECIALTY
AT. r, KINDS OF AML'.NITION.
afr K3i'rcd. A:l K'r.ri ol Kesa .Made.
V. STIUTTON. Ca ro. T. BIUU, MiMourl.
STHATTOX & BIRD,
Nm. KOhloLvce, Cairo, V'..
IT kfiR't American Powder Ca
r'KH'R, (4RAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Titrh-HT Cash Pri" Pnid lor YVln'at.
XEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hie Largest Vfti'iety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
(JOODS SOLD V iSRY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Ninctoonth etreel
Onnimerc'il iVvnnn,i i
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
No. 30 Hth St., tairo, 111.
tSTGood Stock and Prtcea Reaionablc.weef
.Caution to Farmers & Dealers
Fur Snfetv In nnictirlnff vonr HAR-
aykriXlN HOiiSK HAY KOKKS, aelect
of onr THAin maiik, aim thereny aavo
IHUT lll'lne IIHYMIK Hiriruu ail iiiifimii
CataloBiiea irlvliut reliable Information furnished
rroe by Mrganmi rro t., ,
A. J. NEI.L18 COMPANY, nttubnre, Pa
Also, Mfira. Nellla' Mounted Klnatlim Harrow,
Agt I ttteela, O in 1 1 encinjr, lioao uruavrs, c
New Boarding IIoiisi'.
Ptr oiH seeking gtwitl lio.ir l by ilns il.ty
r)r wct kcHii be artotiiDi'ulak'il at tint lnuiso
of Mrs. Frcil Iloflioiiiz, on Sixth Street,
near Commcroinl. Ritton, $:)J0 per weik.
Sin(,'l(t ntf !s, 2. cctitn.
'Poiigfli (111 ('OlIIfllH,"
Ank fur "R )ti,'h on C'miolm," for cnutili,
co'ils, soro lliroat, lioarsenesfi, troclicc, 13c.
For Rent or Sale.
A nine cottage, 8 roonin, jnoj order, on
Walnut Street, opp'.site i;Jth Street School
Hoiiae. I: quire ot 0. M. AI Jen. 1 m
Never (live Up.
If you are tuilVrino with low ami le
picsseil epiritu, lo.ss of appetite, geueral de
tjility, dii-orilere.l liloo.l, weak constitution,
headache, or any iJieisu of a liilimis na
ture, liy all means procure a hottlc of Elec
tric Iiitter". Y'ou will Im surpriscil to see
the rapid improvement thut will follow;
you will he inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain aid misery
will ceise, and hencelorih you will rejoice
in the praise; of Electric Hitters. Sold at
fifty ci nts a bottle hy Barclay Bros. 0
Decl.ne of Man.
Nervoui, weakness, dyspep-ia, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Health
Time to Stop It.
It's too bad, Sir or Madam, but don't get
frightened. Your hair is falling oil' th it's
certain. A glance in the mirror, or an in
vestigating committee of fingers tell the
dismal story. W won't discuss the possi
ble cause. It is en' tigh that Parker's Hair
Balsam used now will prevent further de
struction. Is ynur hair somewhat gray,
too, acd crisp? Alas, yes. Thi Balsam
will give back the original color, softness
and gloss. Not a dye, not oily, elegantly
perfumed, a perfect dressing.
jrtuckien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve 'n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt P.l.eum, Fever
.Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It iu guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
v' i cents per box. ror sale ny L-arciay
From Col. C. II. Mackev, 32d Iowa In
fantry: I have now been usin Ely's
Cream Balm for three months, and am ex
periencing no trouble mm catarrh what
ever. I have been a suff Ter for twenty
yeirs. C. H. Mackey, Sigourney, Iowa.
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been seriously hiFocted with
a cough for twenty-five years, and this
spring more severely than ever betore. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
being ured to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results
The first bottle relieved her vcrz much, and
the second liottie has absolutely cured her
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large size f 1.00. 0
I feel very grateful for the won Jerful
cures performed with Ely's Cream B.iltn. I
have had catarrh in its worst form for
twenty-five years. Cream Balm is the best
thins "i ever tried. J. B. Kelsey, 32 Broad
St.. N. Y. City.
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, cathartic; for fever
ishness, restlessness, worms, constipation.
If you aro tired taking the large old-
fashioned griping pills try Carter's Little
Liver Pills and take some oomfort. A man
can't stand everything. One pill a dose.
WAtsnviLLE, III., August 20th, 18S3.
After the birth of my first child' my
recovery was very slow, and it seemed to
me that I should never get well again.
The doctors who treated me did not seem
to understand my case, or if they did, were
unable to restore mo to my former health.
I grew weaker and poorer tor months and
thought I should die. Finally I was in
duced to try Merrcll's Female Tonic, and
to my joy and surprise I found myself get
ting stronger almost from the first dose, and
after using one bottle I was as strong and
as well ever before. Respectfully,
Mas. Mattig A. McPniEL.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and h.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. AYins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Trice 23 cents a bottle.
Avoid Pills Being largely composed of
mercury they eventually ruin the stomach,
but Allen's Bilious Thysic a vegetable mix
ture, acts quickly, and effectually cures. 25
Cents. At all Druggists. (5)
Cheap Tiomes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
12.00 to 300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity ami comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
seo for yourself when you learn that the crop
far 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townsend, GcnT Tass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
Several months ago a man who signed
himself "A. N. Grows," was in the city and
solicited mbscriptions to a newspaper
which he callnd tho Bulletin of Com
merce. He was a "slick" talker, offering
to "write up" handsomely any one who
would agree to take a certain number of
copitsof the paper fur a stipulated sum
which he invariably collected in advance.
To prove that he was in good faith, ho al
ways gave receipts for the money he got,
and oneol these receipts, written in a dash
ing business hand, is before us. It is
dated April 21st, 1884, and shows that Mr.
Grows, contracting agent, "received $1. 50
for 50 copies of the Bulletin of Commerce"
from one of our prominent business men.
The papers were to have been received hero
within one week after the receipt was giv
en, but they are still in transit. There
may be others here w ho are fondly nursing
similar bits of paper in tho hope of sooner
or later receiving what it calls for, or de
manding a return of their money; but they
may as well file them away as evidences of
so many cases of designing versus confiding
man, in which the latter came out at the
smaller and of the horn.
The Xew Train for St. Louis,
Via the Iron Mountain Route.
It may not be generally known that by
the Dew arrangement of the St. Louis Iron
Mountain and Southern R. It., which went
iutoilfect on Sunday, June 221, the Cairo
public going to St. Louis arc afforded a
great convenience. Leaving Cairo at 7:40
p. m., at Charleston you can take a Pull
man Palace Sleeping Car at 0 :25 p. m.; get
a goo night's rest and arrive at St. Louis
0:25 "next morning in time tor a good
breakfast, and make connections in Union
Depot for all trains bound North, South,
Ea3t or West. Or on the day train leaving
Cairo at 9:00 a.m., arriving at St. Louis
7:30 p.m. same day.
The lice is equipped with new elegant
Pullman Palace Sleepers and day coaches
of the latest improvement, furnished with
all modern appliances for the convenience
and comfort of passengers, mhking the ser
vice complete in every respect. Rates the
same a3 via any other route.
Call on L. B. Church, Iron Mountain
Ticket Agent, for any information regard
Mr. James II. Sanner, grocer, Jefferson
and Wolf Streets, Baltimore, Md., says:
My wife's arm was severely scalded, and
she received instantaneous relief, by two
applications of St. Sacobs Oil. Fifty cents
In the Book ot Martyrs we read of the
agonies of men who suffered for their faith,
and in our cvery-day experience we see tlie
evidences of the degree of pain which it is
possible for the human frame to endure.
Rev.Wm. P. Corbir, D. D.,of New Haven,
Conn., was laid up for two months with
inflammatory rheumatism, suffering most
excruciiting torture. Athlophoros cured
him, and he now believes it to be infallible.
W. F. LAMBniN, rtver editor ot i he Rullktin
and steamboat passenger aytnt. Ordera for all
kinds of eteamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Uowor'a Kuropean Hotel. No. 7! Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE IUVEH.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at G p. m. 22 feet 11 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, July 1. River 8 feet 4
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 1. River 13 feet 0
inches and rising.
Louisville, July 1. River 5 feet 2
inches, and falling.
Nashville, July 1. River 8 ft 2 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, July 1. River 2 feet 4 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, July 1. River 20 ft C iuch
es and falling.
The weather is hot and sultry. Yester
day was one of the warmest days of tho
season, and business generally appeared
The City of Baton Rouge leaves St.
Louis this evening for Memphis.
The Centennial from New Orleans pass
ed up for St. Louis last night.
The City of Providence from Vicksburg
is due hero for St. Louis this evening.
Sol Silver went up to his farm near Villa
Ridge yesterdpy. He will return to-day in
time to meet the up and down Anchor
Capt. Tom Kimbrough leaves for St.
Louis to-night where he will join his boat
for the Osisjo River, which leaves St. Louis
to-morrow ot 5 p. m.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Shawncetown and is due here to-morrow
The Buckeye State from Cincinnati will
report here early this morning for Mem
phis. W. F. Lnmbdin, Passenger Agent,
will sell tickets to all points to Memphis
at low rates.
The Elephant Marino Club, which meets
daily under tho verandah of tho Waverly
Hotel, had a call meeting yesterday to in
vestigate the mysterious disappearance of
one of their leading members Mr. Joo
Brown and were just about to proceed to
investigate tho cause of his long absenco
when the gentleman put in his appearance
and explained satisfactorily to all members
present tho cause of absence. He said he
had been trying to lemn Frank Gaz.ola
how to hang wall paper, of course, under
such circumstances Joo was granted an
honorable acquittal for failing to attend
tho regular meeting.
The U P, Sehenck from New Orleans is
due here to-morrow morning for Cincinnati.
For particulars see W. F. Lambdin, Pas
Tho popular Big O. Line steamer Golden
Rule is duo hero this evening for New Or
leans. The Arkansas City will report here this
evening for Vicksbim'.
The steamer James Lee met with a seri
ous accident Monday evening at Rawley's
Landing, nine miles below Memphis, when
making a landing tho tiller rope broke and
Wcs Owens, pilot, who was at the wheel,
promptly had the engines reversed; but
was going head on and with no means to
change her course sho struck the bluff
bank violently, cracking the stern and
breaking the ripging, several heavy tim
bers parted ou deck. The Captain and
Mate were kn eked down, but not hurt. A
colored deck passenger was killed. The
Kate Adams took the Lee's mail and pas
sengers and the Lee returned to Memphis
Food For Fancy in Fggsi.
"I wonder," said a Washington
street commission merchant to a Now
York Mail awl Express reporter, "that
clergymen never preach ou tho subject
"Egs! So simplo a thing for a
"And why not? What romances
there- aro within their brittle shells!
Romances of love, of life; of doubt of
disappointment; of death. Tho cyclo
pedias disclose tho largo variety and
different sizes and tell us of tho pro
portion.1? of yolk and white, but theso
are only tho dry facts to bo made alive
by imagination. Tho elegant and ob
servant di.-ciplo of polite litcraturo in
Goldsmith's Bee, if wo wero to pass
down Washington or Greenwich street
nny day, but especially on Saturday,
would find abundant food for reflection
on tho thousand nnd ono things that
every ono can think and so few write.
The egg is so full of meat that it has
becomo tho basis of a proverb, and wo
cannot neglect tho accumulated wis
dom of tho ages."
"Can you givo anything like an idea
of tho number of egg3 consumed in a
"Taking tho aggregate sum of thoir
value, which is placed at $300,000,000,
and placing tho average price per doz
en at twenty cents, it would mako tho
number of eggs consumed in tho United
States alono 1,500,000,000 dozen, or
"But where do they all come from?"
"Naturally; but from what places?"
"From nil" over tho country and from
Europe. Merchants in Holland and
German export hundreds of thousands
of eggs every year. Don't you remem
ber when tho steamer Iloimdal was run
ashore off Bedloo's island a few months
ngo because sho was on firo, that sho
had a cargo composed mainly of eggs
brought from Hamburg? Eggs usou to
bo shipped in barrels; they aro now
shipped in cases, with paper compart
meuts that allow tho air to circulate
around them, and it is wonderful to
contemplate tho length of timo they
can bo kept fresh and sound. Sonio
dav when wo have an extra rush on
I'll send for you, and you will soo that
my idea for having eggs made tho sub
ject of a passing thought is something
nioro than a whim."
The China Dog Craze.
"I want a black spiiz," said a lady
who entered a Chestnut street crockery
store tho other day.
"I am very sorry, ma'am, but I sold
the last ono "this morning," replied tho
"Oh, that is too bad. I am simply
ruined without one. Can't you get ono
for me? Do you expect any more? Pvo
gone everywhere, and nobody has ono
left. No matter about tho prico only
get me a black spitz."
"I'll tako your order, ma'am, and
try to get ono for you," said tho sales
man as tho lady left tho store.
"What docs that mean?" asked a re
porter who heard tho conversation.
"Why does she come hero for a black
"Oh, sho wants a china spitz, not a
live dog. Don't you know about tho
rago for china dogs? No? Well, sir,
it's the thing now to mako collections
of dogs iu china, delf, glass, bisquo and
everything of that kind and arrango
them on parlor etagcres or cabinets.
Some people try to gel as many dogs
as possible, without regard particularly
to tho kind of a dog; others make a
point of getting more of ono kind than
somebody else. Now tho lady who was
here a minute ago has doubtless seen a
friend who has collected moro speci
mens of tho spitz than sho had, and a
black spitz being somewhat raro would
bo a triumph to her.
"A lady who bought a pug with a
boll collar horo a day or two ago told
mo sho made every ono of her friends
present her with a dog costing from fivo
cents up, and her collection now, in
cluding thoso sho had bought, niimbor
cd 14'J, and sho had them arranged on
an eagero all to themselves, and tlio ef
fect, sho said, was 'too cunning.' "
I'lihihid :likia Times.
m - m
Young Blabbitt lias been making
calls at stated intorvals for somo timo
in South Clinton. Last Sunday night
ho called as usual, and after wniting'an'
hour in tho parlor tho girl's httlo
brother came in, and in rather a sheen
Ish niauncr asked to seo Blabbitt a
ncso. "Seo my noso!" exclaimed
Blabbitt. "What do you want to seo
my noso for?" "Woll, Plummer
Plunkitt was over last night and Maria
proniisod to marry him, and ma said
she thought you'd lind your noso out of
joint when you called again. Jppkton
.IS THE TIME J
It is at lln'i leaaon when the Porei open freely
ami the Perspiration I abnndant that dlitlfrarliig
Humors, huiiiliatiuff Eruptions, Itching Torture,
Salt Kboum, or Eczema, ."sorlasis, Tetter, Ring
worm. Ha by Humors, Hcrofula. Scrofulous Sore.
Abscesses, giid discharging Wounds, and everf
s; ecles of Itching, Scaly and Pimplr Dlieaaei of
the Skin and Scalp are most spoedlly and econom
ically cured by the Clticciu Kemc diks.
IT IS A FACT.
Hundreds oi letters In onr possession (copies of
which may bo had by return mall) ate our author
ity for the assertion that t-kin, fcalp and Blood
Humors, whether Scrofulous, Inherited, or Con-
tat'ious. may .NOW heyermanently enred by Cur
nriu Kesoi.vunt, tbo new Blood Purifier, Inter
nally, and Citktra and CtrrifirrBA Soap, tha
great Skin Cures and Beautl tiers, externally In one
hair the time and at one half the expense of any
GREATEST ON EARTH.
Ci Tirt-nA Remedies are the Greater modlclnei
on earth. Had the worst case Salt Hhenm in this
conntry. My mother had it twenty years, and la
tact an d rrom It. I hollevo Cuitcuha would have
saved her life. My arms, brenat and head were
covered tor three years, whtrh nnthina relieved op
cured, until I used tho Ccnrr?iA ltaoLVNT, In
ternally, and CiTiiTKA and Ct'T.cnu SoAPexter-nlly-
J. W. Adams. Newark, O.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The half has notb cn told as to the great cura
tive powers of the CiTiccr.A Hemiuirs. I have
paid hundred of dollars for medicines to Cure die
eases of tho blood and akin, and never found any
th ng yet to equal the Cututra Hemidies.
Providence, K. I. Cilia. A. Williams.
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Yonr Cittictiu Remedu outsell all other med
icine 1 keep for skin diseases. My customer
and patienes say that they have eflVcted a cure In
every instance, where other remedies have failed.
H. W. Hiiockwat, M. D.
Franklin Fulls. N. II.
Smd by all drufL'Ist. Price: Ctmcriu.M ct. ;
ItKsoi.vENT, CI; soap, iKcM. Potter Unto and
Ciiknm: tin , Boston, Muss.
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."
IT7 A TTTV For sunburn. Tan and Grca
1j1YJ 1 I ey Skin, Blackheads, Pimp
les, Skin Blemishes, and Infantile Humor use
CLTtctRA Scat, a-nal Buau tiller.
SAIN FUND'S KAU1CALCUKE
Complete Treatment with In
haler for One Dollar.
The Great BalsHmlc Dinlllatlon
of Wioh dazcl, American Pine.
Canada Fir, Marlfold. Clover Blos
som, etc , called SAxroHD's Radi
cal CunE, for the Immediate relief
and permanent cure of every foim
of Catarrh, from a simple Cold to
the Head to loss of smell, Taste and
Hearing, CotiKh and Catarrhal
Consumption. Complete treat
ment, consisting of one bottle Rad
ical Core, one box Catarrhal Solv
ent, and ono Improved Inhaler, in
ore package, mav now be had of
U OrnniiiBtH for ft. Ask for SAN
FORD'S RADICAL CUKE.
"ThO Olllv ftll. nlllts ani rlfli. ten Vnmu nf I.J
Times. '-The best wu have found In a Hfutln'm nf
suil'ennR."-Rev. Dr. Wlggln, Boston. "Aftor a
ionic simple wun catarrh, tho radical Cche has
conquered." Hi v. s. W. Monroe, Lewlsburgh,
ra. "i nave not round a caie that it did not re
lievo at once." Andrew Lee. Manche.ter. Mass.
Potter Dnco and Chemical Co., Boiton,
NnW I lf. f. I- Sli.tlnr.wl
jNcrves, Painful Muscles and
" eaitenea urgans. Collins
Volatic Electric Plaster In
stnutly affect the nervous
system and banishes pain,
ui!ivounciB ann aenmiy. a
perfect Electro-Galvanic Bat
BUS.W I IM
tery coTODiuei wita a highly
uieuicium ytasicr ior uc.
Half Out of His Head.
' Blessed be tho man,'" said Don Quixote' weary
sqiilro, "who Invented sleep." Sancho'i gratitude
i ours, but what If oneennnot foranv reason enav
that excellent Invention? "Nervousness In ma
had become a disease." writes Mr. Wlllium Pnt
man, the well known wholesale druczlst of Buffalo.
"I conld not sloeo. and mv nluhta worn ntiher
passed In that sort ol restlossnes which nearly
crazes a man, or In a klt.d of stupor, haunted by
tormenting dream . Uavlna taken Pahker's
Tonic for other troubles, I tried U also for thl.
The result bolh suiprised and delighted me. My
nerves were toned to concert pitch, and like Cn ear'
fat men, I Ml Into tho ranks ot those who sleep o'
nights. I should add that tho Tonic speedily did
away with the coudition of ganml debility and
dyspepsia occasioned by my previous sleeplessness,
uud gave me strtURth and perfect digestion. In
brief, tho e ol tho Tonic thoroughly re-establish-
rtd mv h,nllh I huv.i ii..il Phl-..,'. n,.....- ...2.1.
... u ........ . - u...u mei u . n n b. 1, n lumi.nilU
entire stierens for Meti-Hirlrnnua in. ik. hn..ui
disorders incldeut tooccaa voyages "
j ms preparation uus ueretoiore been known as
Piiik-HB d l.rvi.pn Trivic ll.i.a.ri.1. .. ...Ill V. -
u "-..-... "Mian' 1 11 nui
vert 1 nod and sold uuder the name of Parker's
'IcNic-omitllug tho word "ginger." Hiscox Co.
are Induced to make this chungo by the aciion of
ti .. t rl m4 t.l.trt ilwnli.ru tvr.n hnv.. In. ...... J.. . 1
their cuMlomers by substituting Inferior prcpara-
mum uiiuLt iuv umuu ui Kiuer. M e urop mo
misleading word all thu mora willingly, as ginger
is an unimportant flavoring Ingredient la our
Please remember that no change has been, or
will be, manif In tho preparation itself, and all bot
tles reti.uluing In tho bands of dealers, wrapped
under the nutuoor Packer's CinokrTomo, contain
me geuuine meuicine n lua lac-stinile signature of
Him.ox it Co. la at tho bottom of tho outside
All oontesumti for the 25 premiums amrreffat
ing iibuve amount, offered by BlackwcirsDur
lium Tobacco Co., must observe the following
conditions on which tho premiums are to ba
awarded: All bags must bear our original
Hull Durham label, U. 8. Revenue Stamp, and
Caution Notice. The bags must lie done up
Securely in a package with name and address
offender, and number of bags contained plain
ly marked on tlio outside. Charges muBt be
prepaid. ConbstrfosnNnrfmberMli. Allpack
ages uliiiiild tic forwarded December 1st, and
niud reach us at Durham not laler than Decern
6cr .if A. No matter where you reside, send
your package, advise us by mail that you have
done so, and slate tho number of bugs sent.
Names of successful contestants, with number
of bugs returned, will be published, Dec. 22. In
Huston, f-Tufil: New York, Ibrnld; Philadel
phia, J'mirs; Durham. N. C, Tobacco Itont;
Hew Orleans, TYmM-Democrat; Cincinnati, fc
qiiirrr; Chicago, Daify Neui$; Sau Francisco,
Ulackweli 's Durham Tobacco Co.,
HumuM, N. C.
Fvery genuine package haa picture of Bull
M-See our next tnnouncement?
The Regular Cairo & Padncali itoily
Z&L GUS FOWLER
HENRY . TAYLOlt, Master.
UEOUUB JObES, Clerk.
caves Ptdacah forCtln dally ' (Sunday, ewept.
d) at 8 a. ni., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
Si eavo Cairo at 4 p.m. J Moan.f City at p .m.